Besides the work, there's the thoughts behind it and the gear used. You can find out a lot more about our experiences and behind-the-scenes looks at technology and creativity in our blog, written mostly by our founder Paul Antico. Here's a sample of the latest posts:
So I installed the new Sony CBKZ-FS5RIF FS5 RAW Update.
I got it from Texas Media Systems, and here are my very initial experiences.
This post is about the reality of the operation of the unit, over a year later "IRL" - in real life, though various shoots. I'll keep this short and sweet and highlight some of the main experiences that have changed...and some that have not and probably will not. I'll first deal with rigging, then move onto firmware, then color correction/images.
Ah the Sony FS7, which we were one of the first in the world to review last year, has a new firmware update out. Well liked this little affordable camera has been taking over the indie scene and with good reason. It's a true mini F5, a great camera itself.
However, like that camera it was released in an incomplete state. Well over a year later, has Sony finally fixed the camera? The answer is yes. Absolutely.
5 minutes. Gear, creativity, passion, visuals, story, set stories, you name it. Sometimes provocative, sometimes funny. I lay laying down thoughts and experiences that are far easier to say than blog about, due to lack of time. It is not a replacement for the Go Creative Show, or my old show. It is simply a small slice of my experiences in the world of creativity and production management, in the style of a classic.
Look for episodes to begin soon. Oh, and ... welcome back.
This post (part 1 of 2, possibly) will be short and sweet due to lack of time. This little post is in regards to the reality of using the thing for a few weeks - mostly for video (but not exclusively) in a documentary shooting style.
I received the beautiful 42mm Apple Watch Stainless Steel edition on April 24th 2015. I have now been using it and wearing it daily since, and now with just over two months in I feel compelled to write some real thoughts about using it.
You can read great overviews and reviews at places like imore.com. I will spare you all of the technical jargon and get to brass tax - what it’s really like in the life of a busy creative who works 12-18 hours a day.
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